A remonstrance deliuered to His Maiestie in writinge, 1610 May 23.

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Cotton, Robert, Sir, 1571-1631. A remonstrance deliuered to His Maiestie in writinge, 1610 May 23.

A remonstrance deliuered to His Maiestie in writinge, 1610 May 23.

Manuscript whose title reads in full: A remonstrance deliuered to his Maiestie in writinge after the inhibic[i]on given by him to the Lower Howse of Parliament as well by word of mouth as by tres not to proceede in examyninge his right to impose without assent of Parliament. The document is intended for King James I. Bound in vellum, with notes on the front pastedown in George Lincoln Burr's hand. The last 4 pages are blank.

1 v. (161 p.) ; 30 cm.

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